LEWIS Bell competed in the Lothian trials at Meadowhill Sports Complex near Tranent and won his event for the fourth year in a row.
The competition attracts athletes from the East of Scotland mainly from Dundee, Edinburgh, Lothians and Scottish Borders and Lewis opted to compete at the shorter distance of 200m.
The 18 year old came first in a new personal best time of 22.97 seconds, finishing clear of the field.
The previous weekend Lewis completed the last of the three sessions of the National Coach and Athlete Skills Programme at Pitreavie Indoor Centre.
Along with his coach from Hawkhill Harriers, he was invited to the sessions by Scottish Athletics to help develop the top athletes in the U17 and U20 age brackets.
The sessions, led by former Olympian Jared Deacon, involved using electronic timing gates to measure speed, speed endurance and power outputs.
Lewis’s results were very positive and the sessions will help to shape future coaching and training.